Suicide is the cause of more than 33,000 deaths each day in the United States. It is important to be prepared to recognize the signs of crisis that lead personnel to suicide. Timely evaluation and intervention can save a life.
- Suicide in clinical practice
- Suicide in the family
- Suicide in the church
- The three factors that contribute to suicide
- Psychological contributors to the desire for suicide
- The Myths of Suicide
- Risk Factors for Suicide
- Development of treatment plan to prevent suicide
Speaker: Dr. Danilo Polanco
Important: USACCCA members and pastors have a 10% discount
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $ 125.00 (less 10% for members and pastors as applied)
Credits: Seven (7) units of continuing education.
About Dr Polanco:
Dr. Polanco was born in the Dominican Republic in 1953 where he obtained his first Degree in Agronomy and he worked for over five years in the field of Agronomy and Social Work. He immigrated to the USA in 1980, where he obtained a Master’s Degree in Theology and a Doctorate in Christian Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Danilo Polanco is an ordained Minister since 1986. He is one of the pioneers in the Integration of Psychology and Theology in a holistic approach to the human emotional, psychological and spiritual disturbances.
Dr. Polanco is a specialist on Christian Temperament Therapy and Temperament Regression Therapy, Christian Licensed Clinical Counselor, Nationally Certified Psychologist, Board Certified Clinical Psychotherapist, Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor, Clinically Certified Domestic Violence Counselor.
He counts with over twenty years of experience in family relational problems and mental health field, conducting psychological assessments, developing treatment plans.